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Jesse B. Semple Brownbag 9/8/08
Prof. Jacob Dorman, University of Kansas
"Circus, Shriners, and Fairs, Oh My: An Alternative History of Black Islam and American Orientalism"

"Come to Africa and it is here!"
African Americans and Africa Seminar Series (co-sponsored with KASC) 10/23/08
Prof. James T. Campbell, Stanford University "Race, Politics and History:  W.E.B. Du Bois and the Encyclopedia Africana Project"

Fight For Freedom: A Century of the NAACP and the Struggle for Racial Equality 2/13/09  

 

Jesse B. Semple Brownbag 9/14/09
Prof. Ruben Flores "Forging an American Pluralism: The Mexican Revolution and American Civil RIghts"


"40 Years of Africana Studies"  Reflection and Visualization (co-sponsored with KASC) 10/20/10
Professor Ernest Allen, Jr., University of Massachusetts, Amherst "Black Studies in the Fourth Decade: Triumphs and Challenges,"  


"40 Years of Africana Studies"  Reflection and Visualization (co-sponsored with KASC) 10/27/10
Professor Madison D. Lacy, University of Kansas   "Making Short-Form Films/Video - The Battle for Hearts and Minds"


NEH Summer Instittute

The Langston Hughes Center received a $180,000 grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities to conduct a June 2017 summer institute for high school teachers, entitled "Teaching the 'Long Hot Summer' of 1967 and Beyond."  The project will be led by Shawn Alexander, Clarence Lang, and John Rury. See <http://www.summer67.dept.ku.edu/​>

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